Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Wonderful orange Hupfel beer crate with cardboard and tin dividers. I think someone put this into service later as a cola carrier because it also reads Royal Crown Cola. So what is it? A beer crate or a soda crate? I don't know, but I like the way it looks! SOLD!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 11:44 AM
I was joking with my friend that I should advertise this as a meat grinder for those who are worried about pink slime in the hamburger! This has a metal grinder inside and wooden handles. It would have sat atop a barrel. Measures 24 inches long and 18 inches wide, handle extends another 12 inches.
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 11:29 AM
Sold my flaky green cabinet last weekend that was holding all the clay pots. This works perfectly in it's place! Sturdy little bench with carrying handle hole in top. Measures 27 inches long by 9 inches wide and stands 15-1/2 inches tall. SOLD!
Monday, March 19, 2012
Three wide pine boards make up the back of this wonderful stepback hutch. One horizontal board across top. It has a great look. Love the way it displays country items. Two doors at bottom with shelves inside, and a wide counter area, and a more narrow shelf at top. Both upper shelves have a plate rail for displaying your favorite plate. The hutch measures 47 inches wide by 15-3/4 inches deep at counter area. It stands 61 inches tall. Winning this made the trip worthwhile!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 7:21 PM
I love the look of this camp style bed. It has the rails, the metal bedspring frame, a headboard and a footboard. This would make a wonderful bed in a cottage or camp, or if you are into repurposing, the headboard and footboard could go in the garden, and you would still have the interesting bedspring frame. I have seen them used for great displays! The bed measures 40 inches wide at the headboard's widest point, and the headboard measures 38 inches tall. Made of metal. The headboard and the footboard both have the clamshell type embellishment on them.
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 7:07 PM
Monday, March 12, 2012
Bought these at a country auction last year, and have been saving them for spring. They are being shown in magazines and pinterest with little plantings in a row. Very cute. Only $3 each. A few different sizes and shapes.
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 11:43 AM
It was such a beautiful morning, I decided to forage through the garage, and clean it up a bit too. Most everything featured on this weeks blog came from my garage! I have been saving these items for spring. Not only did I find some great hidden treasures, but my garage is swept clean and my car fits ALL the way in again! A collection of terra cotta pots. These came from an auction, and I am pricing them to sell. $2 for any pot, any size! Get here early for the best selection! Also, love them in the green flaky metal cabinet. It makes a great little potting cabinet!
Cabinet is SOLD!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 11:40 AM
I bought this from a barn where it has probably been sitting for years. Most of the stuff from that sale was untouched. This is nine feet long and did have a back with rungs or slats. Those are long gone, but still makes a wonderful front porch display. Very comfortable too. I was sitting out in the sunshine yesterday and it was nice and sturdy.
SORRY! This is SOLD!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 11:34 AM
I bought these with the idea of putting them in my garden. Well, that never happened, so I have decided to sell them. I wanted to have them at different heights and display something on top of them. Now you can think of something clever to use them for!
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Some of you may remember this from Halloween when it was pushed by Mama skeleton and baby skeleton was riding inside. Much less scary now! Just look at those wheels! I can see this in some flower shop or other store for a wonderful place to display things. If my house was big enough, I would keep it and just have fun changing out the contents with the seasons! SOLD!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 2:07 PM
Love these cabbages! I have been eyeing them and finally bought some for my spring display. They are for sale too along with muslin bunnies that have wired ears for posing, and some chalkboard signs, as well as carrot bunches and nest and flower picks.
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 2:05 PM
I was told this screen door came from the Danville country store. I hope they don't come looking for it! The door measures 30 inches wide by 79 inches tall. It's in such good shape it could be used as a door, or also would make an excellent display.
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 1:52 PM
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 1:49 PM